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  1. I honestly love this and can't wait! I too played that. Its gonna be great!
  2. They made the 'immortal iron fist' likable. I enjoyed it, few things were off and I wish they all met each other sooner but yeah... Was p.good
  3. Y'all are one step closer to waiting another year for this if you watch it.
  4. I didnt really enjoy it, it just felt messy in places and misguided, I still watched it all and it did get better but it was a hard old slog to get through. I also found it odd that the main guy actually doesn't have a lot of fighting experience and it showed, compared to the rest of the cast who have more experience, the iron fist was sluggish, slow and hard to watch when it came to his fight scenes and I wonder if the choice a gots actor because hype over someone who cab act and fight, I also found the story to be just awful. It had its fantastic moments with some of the fight scenes , but I dunno it got boring quick. I have nothing bad to say towards the acting choices past up there, but I just found it sooo difficult to get through, I just think that it was subpar to what's already been produced. Also, everyone knows the order the shows go by in date, is the order they go by in excellence.
  5. So I think that we all probably grew up where the internet was just getting its jets going, when I was in school 8 years ago they would often tell us they can't do anything about online bullying unless it was brought onto school grounds and even then what can you do past banning websites or excluding a pupil it'll still continue. But that was at least what they said when I was 16 and online bullying wasn't a thing. Personally, I think the internet is probably one of the easiest places to get away from it and if it continues in school and you're being bullied in school the schools can then sort it out if they aren't incompetent, but that all depends on if they stop their online campaign. I know high school is different and having recently reconnected with my fathers brother and his family on a more personal level, I've seen some horrible things posted about my 16 year old cousin, I've seen people post other girls rape cases online all because they didn't believe their friend could do it for their friend to be found guilty and watched the hate, which couldn't be escaped because it seeped into her real life, my cousin got harassed non stop and her life threatened, all because she blocked a boy who couldn't take no for an answer, I've watched their mothers make them both apologise online because their behaviour was disgraceful. I think though that's the fine line between aging into an adult, where you don't really care about what you're doing and you'll make mistakes regarding other people but you will regret what you did. When you're a teen dealing with both social and online all in one it can get toxic very quickly and the only thing that you can do is remove and block and hope they give up. All in all, it is just bullying verging on harassment on this level and when you are in school I think that there needs to be a level of online safety the schools are taking with you to protect you, at least in school hours and if it is a police case being exposed that's still being undertaken then they should do more to protect both sides in these cases too. If you're an adult still undertaking these activities, that's a whole heap of why haven't you grown up? Theres a difference between a joke and a barrage of abuse and it is sad to see that you're in your 20s for instance and you still haven't realised you're behaving like a 14 year old and if your behaviour and you are ever found out, you could lose a lot more than your anonymity online. If you're an adult who thinks you're suffering from cyber bullying, its your job to learn that you are in control of the way people act towards you, you can block them, remove them as your friends, you can erase these people and if it continues into ongoing harassment then get the police involved, but a joke you don't like isnt bullying, an argument that didn't go your way isnt bullying, how people act towards you isnt bullying and how people change towards you isnt bullying and that's your job to assess and decide what you can and cannot cope with. As an adult, I definitely feel like theres no excuse to bully or be bullied online, I feel there is only harassment, but as a teen in school, I do think its harder to avoid and fix.
  6. Not come around, I still think Tories are self obsessed and disconnected despite what they support or don't support, I just support strong people who don't quake at their principles being questioned and I feel as politicians are for the people, she actually some what represents that.
  7. She is the ONLY Tory mp I support, actually caring about the future past London and how it benefits us all and she's what all the parties need, a fresh faced non Londoner who believes in equality for all and is scrappy enough to fight what she believes in, not just those living in and around one city.
  8. a woyote obviously
  9. A woyote!!!!!
  10. no, a Woyote
  11. Woyote
  12. Of course it makes a lot of sense but making the title "ai uses shortened English that looks like gibberish to communicate more efficiently" isnt gonna get those clicks.
  13. I don't agree, sure the threat is there but it's there if you're obese aswell, while your organs could shut down, they can if you're too big aswell, you both could have heart attacks at any moment because of how hard it is working, if you're obese you're far more likely to end up with an undiagnosed issue that puts you in immediate danger aswell. Again, I think there's a certain stigma on underweightness that is not there if you are bigger, but you could be in just as much danger.
  14. I think they're both equally bad, both have serious health issues that are hugely detrimental and life risking at either end of the scale and both produce life long issues both aesthetically, physically and mentally. We only look at being underweight as more of a detrimental because people associate that with illness, but the truth is that you can be anorexic at 250lbs and you could eat 4000kcals a day and not be able to gain it. I think both issues need to be looked at based on the individual
  15. OK ive just reread this thread and I'm not here for you guys to hate on the hound! He's clearly of some importance because he can read the fire, see what the flames are saying and the events he foretold scared that dead guy. From my understanding, he's never seen in the books again after his fight with Brienne, so they're working with a fan fave because we obviously wanted him back and all they've been doing is trying to redeem his past cause we know he's not a bad guy, yes he's a killer but he was never a bad guy and I really like his evolution as a character. He could swear less sure, but I think its showing his only vulnerability, which is lack of emotional control because he's always angry and moody and he cannot hide his pain well past this sweary snarky front. I've not seen the 3rd episode yet, but I do enjoy that we have a character who yes, comes from a lords house, but is not royalty, his behaviour is a far cry from the nobility and grace of the others, even at their lowest, they knew where they belonged where as the hound is none of that and he's the only character we really experience who is just trying to survive as a normal person, he has no sense of purpose, it is just trying to survive if that makes sense. Also im glad we got rid of the sand snakes, even if there's one left, the entire dorne storyline and their evolvement in story was blaaaand.
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